I have a subscription box review for you all today but it's a subscription box with a difference.... it contains yummy food and drink, so say hello to Degustabox*. Degustabox works very much like how beauty subscription boxes work, for £12.99 a month (postage included within the £12.99 price) you will receive 10 to 15 surprise food/drink products, many that are completely new to the market! So if your a bit of a foodie like myself and you love subscription boxes your going to love this beaut's! This months box is a Christmas themed box containing lots of foodie treats to see us over the festive season, theres some yummy drinks too.
This month we have 16 yummy food and drink items to sink our teeth into and I'm going to kick things off like I always do with some of the sweeter things because I have the sweetest tooth in the world he he. Firstly their are two sachets of Hartley's Glitter Jelly 75p each, yup thats right I did say glitter jelly, now I'm a huge lover of anything sparkly (hence my blogs name is Haysparkle he he) so I cant wait to see how pretty these look over the festive season, I imagine they will catch anyones eye at the table of a Christmas party. Then theres the Brodericks Crunchy Slam Dunk Peanut Chunk Bar £1.20, now as amazing as this sounds I hate peanuts and peanut butter but my boyfriend on the other hand loves those so this will go down a treat for him, it also contains Belgian milk and white chocolate too mmmm. Another sweet treat we have this month is the Michel et Augustin 4 Cookie Squares 89p, these are tiny little square cookies with a layer of yummy dark chocolate and a pinch of sea salt, they sound so scrummy and have gone straight in my handbag he he. Then we have some yummy Butterkist Choc Mallow Popcorn £1.49 and some Butterkist Sweet Cinema Style Popcorn 28p to sink out teeth into, these are perfect for snacking on whilst the Christmas movies are on. The final sweet thing this month is the Jules Destropper Butter Crisps £1.19, oh my goodness these are divine and are prefect for anyone who likes to have tea and biscuits which I always do he he.
Theres quite a few savoury things in this months box too starting off with the Ryvita Cracked Black Pepper Crackers £1.29 and the Ryvita Thins £1.89, I actually buy these on my weekly shop sometimes because I'm a huge cracker lover but it isn't Christmas unless you have lots of crackers and cheese to feast on so I'll be saving these for the Boxing Day feast he he. For crisps this month we have some Pipers Crisps in Wild Thyme and Rosemary flavour to try £2.00, I must admit I'm not keen on how this flavour sounds but Pipers Crisps are always delicious and full of taste so I'm looking forward to giving them a go. The final savoury item this month is the Christian Potier Hollandaise Sauce £2.50, you actually get three little sachets in the box which are so easy to use and are perfect for the Christmas Day breakfast.
Lastly this month is a selection of drinks, firstly we have some Ahmad Tea in Pear & Cinnamon Strudel flavour £4.00, now I love my teas so I'm pretty sure I'm going to love these, I means how divine does Cinnamon Strudel sound! Next up is 3 cartons of the Appy Kid Co Golden Apple Juice £1.49, these are 100% natural, have no added sugar and is sweetened with plant stevia and make the perfect lunchbox drink for kids or adults he he. Then we have a bottle of J20 Glitterberry £2.49, yes I did just say glitter berry, this grape and cherry spiced flavoured drink is crammed full of golden edible glitter, it looks absolutely stunning when you shake the bottle and would look so good in Christmas cocktails. Finally this month we two bottles of The Good Cider 1.50 each, if your a cider lover then you have to try these, they have just the right amount of sweetness and the flavours are super yummy.
Degustabox have kindly given me a discount code for all of my beautiful readers, all you have to do is pop 039DB into the promotional code box and you'll receive a whopping £7.00 discount when registering making your first box just £5.99. And don't worry beaut's, theres no commitments with Degustabox meaning you can cancel your subscription free of charge before the 10th of any month, but I mean why would you cancel monthly surprise food treats ha ha!
What do you think of the Degustabox concept beaut's?? I'd love to know your thoughts.